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Monday, November 26, 2007

 

Harvey Picks The Flicks

Here's something worth setting the DVR for: tonight on Turner Classic Movies, four-time Tony winner and queer patron saint Harvey Fierstein is serving as the "guest programmer" for a night. Beginning at 8pm, Fierstein and TCM host Robert Osborne will discuss his favorite rarely-seen films, following by a showing of four of them. The evening starts with The Catered Affair, the MGM classic on which Fierstein's new Broadway-bound musical, A Catered Affair, is based. Fierstein's other film selections to be aired that night are The Women (1936), The Boy With Green Hair (1948) and The Devil Is A Sissy (1936). I mean, really...who DOESN'T want to see a movie called The Devil Is A Sissy?

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2 Comments:

Anonymous will g said...

The Women "rarely seen"?? By Dick Cheney, perhaps.

11/26/07, 9:47 AM  
Blogger ModFab said...

Wow, Will. Is there any post of mine you won't complain about?

Yes, The Women is the best-known of the four...but compared to TITANIC or THE DA VINCI CODE, I think most normal people would find it obscure.

11/26/07, 5:20 PM  

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